Worship for 10:30 on Sunday 29 March 2020 – Whose will be done? (Passion Sunday)
with Rev Cristina Cipriani, The Church at Carrs Lane

We invite you to join the Church at Carrs Lane Community to read, sing and reflect on this order of service together at 10.30am.

Please download the order of service in PDF format or as a Word Document

Worship with Revd Cristina Cipriani in the video that we invite you to watch and join on Sunday morning:

‘Jesus said:

Peace I leave with you; my peace I give to you.
I do not give to you as the world gives.
Do not let your hearts be troubled,
and do not let them be afraid. – John 14 verse 27’

Following Government advice regarding Coronavirus Covid-19, we have suspended church activities and public worship until further notice.

Read the Statement from the United Reformed Church and the Methodist Church

Read the Pastoral Letters from the United Reformed Church and the Methodist Church

You can follow daily prayer live online from Monday to Friday at 7.30am and from Monday to Thursday at 7pm with the Carrs Lane Lived Community. Go to the Carrs Lane Lived Community Facebook Page

Find us on Facebook or updates and messages and to message us prayer requests. Go the Church at Carrs Lane Facebook Page

Worship online

Whilst churches are not meeting there are a number of options for you to connect with worship this coming Sunday morning.

Birmingham Methodist District Live Sunday Worship
Our Methodist District will be streaming worship live this coming Sunday on their Facebook Page. Click on the above link on Sunday morning (22nd March) just before 10:30am to join them. You do not need a Facebook account to watch it.

Wesley’s Chapel Live
Wesley’s Chapel in London will also be streaming live each Sunday morning on YouTube, only at 11am, click on the link above at that time to join in. Again, no account required.

Radio and TV (please remind friends who are not on the Internet about these TV and radio programmes)

We shall also post news in our News section.

Sharing in Worship

We would normally offer a range of worship styles and opportunities to share in prayer and worship. You will find different styles, different times, and different days. In our more formal services we draw on the traditions of the United Reformed Church and the Methodist Church.

All these acts of worship have one thing at heart, however: an honest attempt to understand what it means to respond to Jesus’ command to ‘Follow me’.

Read about weekday worship

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Sunday Worship

We are currently developing new ways to offer worship with our regular congregation and with anyone who would like to access digital ways of coming together for worship.

In normal circumstances on a Sunday, a good number of people gather to share in morning worship at 10.30am. This service is often fairly traditional in format (but not over-formal), with challenging, relevant teaching and a mixture of styles of music.

Sunday morning worship lasts about an hour and is followed by refreshments. The theme of the service is always made clear at the beginning; it will often be based on the lectionary readings, or arise out of a particular series of themed services. Whilst the tone is usually calm and ordered, ample opportunity is provided for full congregational involvement and participation. There is usually a printed order of service, which is available to see here.

worship in the church at Carrs Lane B4 7SX